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Kim Reed (in back in navy jacket) with the Rye Girl Scouts (including her daughter in front row in red) at a beach cleanup

NH Coastal Towns Start Preparing for Sea-level Rise and More Extreme Flooding: Spotlight on Rye

By Kirsten Howard, NHDES Coastal Program It’s no secret that there are some risks that come with living near the beautiful coastline in Rye. In exchange for the scenic vistas, easy access, and some great backyard bird watching, one tradeoff is that residents are exposed to coastal flooding, especially as storms become more intense, sea […]

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Rye Climate Project In the News

A Seacoast Online article features the third workshop on Preparing for Climate Change in Rye, during which residents took a field trip to some salt marshes and learned why they’re important for habitat and coastal protection and how they’re vulnerable to sea level rise. This project is facilitated by NHCAW partner organizations including the University of […]

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Did you know about these “cawsome” upcoming events?

The next few weeks are an exciting time for adaptation planning! October 28, 7-9pm; Durham Climate Adaptation Workshop, Durham Public Library, 49 Madbury Road, Durham, N.H.; hosted by the Strafford Regional Planning Commission October 29, 5:30pm-8:30pm; Roll up Your Sleeves & Pant Legs! Sea Level Rise Next Steps Meeting in Hampton, Hampton Falls & Seabrook, Hampton […]

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